Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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December 11th, 2019

slightlylate This sort of detailed feedback about Origin Trial APIs (you can sign up here!: developers.chrome.com/origintrials/) is critical to our learning process. Project Fugu is *all about* iteration and learning from developer needs 🐡🐡🐡 twitter.com/marcushellberg…

via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 10:52 PM, Dec 11th, 2019 via Echofon)

marcushellberg . @fractorious, following up on our discussion about the Native File System API at . We wrote a blog post on what we learned from experimenting with the origin trial, especially about the UX of permission popups: vaadin.com/blog/accessing…

via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 10:47 PM, Dec 11th, 2019 via Echofon)

webaxe Applying prefers-color-scheme to SVG favicons: blog.tomayac.com/2019/09/21/pre…

via Easy Chirp (retweeted on 8:21 PM, Dec 11th, 2019 via Twitter for iPhone)

@yoavweiss I could have sworn I have seen a crbug somewhere to improve @ChromeDevTools handling of localhost service workers from different projects. Maybe @mathias remembers?

via Echofon in reply to yoavweiss

johnwilander Updates to ITP in today’s iOS and macOS releases including a thank you to Google researchers – all under the title “Preventing Tracking Prevention Tracking”webkit.org/blog/9661/prev…3H

via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 2:47 PM, Dec 11th, 2019 via Echofon)

ChromiumDev Chrome 79 is rolling out now! Installed PWAs on Android get support for maskable icons. The WebXR Device API has landed. Origin trials start for the Wake Lock API, and the rendersubtree attribute. And plenty more! @petele has all the details at developers.google.com/web/updates/20… pic.twitter.com/3iC0Rf2M4q

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 2:42 PM, Dec 11th, 2019 via Echofon)

tkadlec New post: a few quick tips for how to use without breaking the bank. timkadlec.com/remembers/2019…

via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 2:40 PM, Dec 11th, 2019 via Echofon)

If you’re interested in the background on the better password protection feature that recently launched in Chrome, read up on this great work. ⤵️ twitter.com/aawc/status/12…

via Echofon

FakeUnicode Because it keeps coming up, how about a thread on Emoji in passwords. So we (and you) can link to it in the future.

Should they be allowed? For all practical purposes they can’t not be. So, yes.

Should they be heavily warned against? Yes.

But why? Well…

via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 10:43 AM, Dec 11th, 2019 via Twitter Web App)

@mahemoff “`js
#!/usr/bin/env node
const express = require(‘express’);
const server = express();

server.all(‘/*’, (_, res) => {
res.sendFile(__dirname + ‘/index.html’);
});

const port = 8000;
server.listen(port, () => {
console.log(‘Server listenin

via Echofon in reply to mahemoff

@uskay Definitely, and recipe pages are a great example use case for this feature. You know my email… 😂

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to uskay